Sometimes teaching your baby things is going to be easier than you would think. For example, a lot of parents are probably stressing out quite a bit because of the fact that they need to teach their baby a few things like how to sit up, but for the most part babies learn things for themselves you just need to shape their environment so that the learning of new skills is encouraged in every single way, shape or form, and as a result of the fact that these are some of the best techniques you can use are subtle.
For example, keeping your baby’s toy a little far away from it would make it so that it would not be able to access the toy immediately. Instead, it would have to get up if it wants to play with it. This gives it an incentive to get up and it will be more likely to learn this skill at a much faster pace than might have been the situation otherwise, and little things like this can be extremely helpful at speeding up the process.
What we’re basically trying to say here is that no matter what happens, your baby is going to learn skills and other things a lot later if you don’t give it an incentive that will make it more likely that it would want to do what needs to be done. Worrying about how to help your baby sit up is not all that useful because of the fact that these are things your baby will learn as long as you create an environment that facilitates the acquiring of such skills all of which are extremely important at the end of the day.